Humor, tenderness, intimacy, joy... there is no lack of words to sum up this portrait of New York in the 1970s and 80s. Life back then had no limits and seems light years away from what we have grown accustomed to today. This black and white fresco exudes the boundless freedom of expression that existed before the AIDS epidemic. Our gallery is very pleased to be the first in France to present these works by Arlene Gottfried, a great figure in photography who deserves wider recognition.
Curators: Laurence Cornet and Françoise Morin